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Production Tips and Tricks

Maschine 2.0 301

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Liam O’Mullane (a.k.a.The Sound Tutor) is back with some power-user tips and tricks for Native Instruments’ Maschine. So power-up your Maschine production chops with this expert 23-tutorial course!

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1 Introduction 02:05
11 Kick-Based Bass Ideas 05:16
17 Discordant Samples 06:11

Course Overview

The Sound Tutor

The Sound Tutor

Native Instruments Maschine is the premiere hardware/software hybrid, live performance, production tool in the electronic music universe. Mastering its many controls, performance options and sonic possibilities can be a daunting task, unless... you’ve got a great instructor like electronic music producer Liam O’Mullane.

In this deep "Tips and Tricks" course, Liam opens up his ultra-secret Maschine playbook as he divulges some of his favorite performance/production techniques. You learn how to create authentic breakbeats along with an abundance of other rhythm track, bass, pad and cool ambience effects. There's also a very deep collection of videos that zoom in on creating your own, powerful samples including some cool discordant sounds to awesome 8-bit arpeggiated masterpieces. Then, Liam shares some of his sample manipulation tips where you see how to time-stretch, stutter-edit and scratch.

When you complete this Maschine Productions Tips and Tricks course, you will know a lot more about Native Instruments’ Maschine AND you’ll have a new collection of techniques that’ll soon be propagating throughout your productions! So learn more about Maschine from the one of the best: Liam O’Mullane.

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